[Nfbc-info] Advice about user-friendly microwaves

Brian Buhrow buhrow at nfbcal.org
Thu Jul 21 21:38:18 UTC 2016

	hello Lisa.  There is a microwave on the market with brailled buttons.
I don't remember it off the top of my head.  I don't know how well it
cooks, but since the folks I know who have them are pretty picky, I'm
guessing it does a reasonable job.

	If that one doesn't work for you, I'd suggest getting a microwave with
a flat button display and then creating an overlay with braille lettering
to affix to the front of the display.  This works much better, and is much
easier to clean and maintain, than little squares of labeling material.

On Jul 21, 12:54pm, Lisa Irving via NFBC-Info wrote:
} Subject: [Nfbc-info] Advice about user-friendly microwaves
} Hello,
} My microwave suffered an unexpected and noisy death. I would like to purchase a microwave that cooks everything all the way through not just in the middle and not just on the sites. I am uncertain if I should purchase a talking microwave or, does anyone know about microwaves with raised buttons. I'm also open to other creative ideas. I just want everything to cook evenly. From Lisa Irving
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